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Class A

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  1. Minors Allowed or Minors Prohibited
  1. Minors Allowed or Minors Prohibited

    Minors Allowed

    Food service is the main source of business for a Class A minors-allowed liquor licence. There must be a full commercial-grade kitchen and food menu.

    Minors Prohibited

    Liquor is the main source of business for a Class A minors-prohibited licence. There must be a combination of six hot and cold food items. There must also be commercial-grade equipment; for example, a microwave, toaster oven or hot dog machine.

    For more information:

    To apply:

    Application for Liquor Licence

    A Class A, B, or C licence may be extended to provide liquor service at a function away from the licensed premises.  

     

    Application for Caterer’s Extension

    Commercial Caterer’s Extension Public Function 

    Application for Public Function in Banquet Room 

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